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Radiology advance points way to non-invasive brain-cancer treatment

Glioblastoma Multiforme, GBM, is a brain cancer death sentence.

Of the approximately 12,000 people who are diagnosed with GBM annually in the U.S., half will die within a year, and the rest within 3 years. The only treatments that stretch survival limits are exceptionally invasive surgeries to remove the tumor and radiation treatment with the maximum tolerated dose - all of which leads to......

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Because of the deadly nature of GBM, De Stasio says an alternative is desperately needed to current therapies. De Stasio says it will be a year before it is known whether the treatment works in animal models, and likely another five to ten years before any clinical trials and available treatments would emerg......

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